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20 October 2014 - FCC launches €1bn rights issue

Spanish construction giant FCC has announced plans for a rights issue designed to raise €1bn to strengthen its capital structure. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Herts loses waste PFI cash

Hertfordshire County Council has had its waste PFI credits withdrawn by Defra, the environment department, after it was decided the plant is not needed to meet EU targets. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Philippines go-ahead for six more PPPs

The Philippines’ National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) board has authorised the delivery of six new projects through PPP. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Engineering firm appointed to Danish PPP

An engineering consultant has been appointed to the Skejby psychiatric hospital PPP in Denmark. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Aecom completes acquisition of URS

Consultancy Aecom has announced it has completed the acquisition of URS Corporation. Read more...

20 October 2014 - Ferrovial launches Transfield bid

Spanish infrastructure group Ferrovial has made an $877m takeover bid for Australian company Transfield Services. Read more...

17 October 2014 - Dublin City Council confirms housing PPP

Dublin City Council has confirmed plans to build a large number of new houses in the Irish capital through PPP. Read more...

17 October 2014 - Victoria issues Melbourne schools EoI

The government of Victoria has issued the tender for the development of 13 schools under a PPP model. Read more...

16 October 2014 - Norway unveils three road PPPs

The Norwegian government has revealed plans to deliver three road projects via its PPP model. Read more...

16 October 2014 - HCA seeks deputy chief

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is searching for a new deputy chief executive. Read more...

16 October 2014 - Nigeria developing new PPP landscape

The Nigerian government has revealed that plans are underway to remove barriers to the creation of new cross-sector PPPs in the country. Read more...

16 October 2014 - Aviva boosts infra team

Aviva investors has appointed two new members to its infrastructure team, with further additions also expected soon. Read more...

16 October 2014 - Miliband backs housing partnerships

Labour leader Ed Miliband has welcomed the findings of the Lyons review, which his party commissioned to explore ways to increase housing development across the country. Read more...

16 October 2014 - Uganda to issue road PPP

The government of Uganda is to issue a new road PPP next year to link capital capital city Kampala with the town of Jinja. Read more...

16 October 2014 - Advisers named for South Africa rail PPP

Gauteng Province has appointed transaction advisers as plans to extend the Gautrain high-speed rail PPP move forward. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Balfour reveals new chief executive

Contractor Balfour Beatty has appointed a new chief executive, meaning executive chairman Steve Marshall can now stand down once a handover has taken place. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Sturgeon confirmed as Salmond successor

Scotland’s Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been confirmed as the only nominee for the leadership of the Scottish National Party. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Greece tenders sports PPP

The Greek government has issued a tender for the development of a new swimming pool and gym PPP. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Tonga and Bhutan ramp up PPP plans

The governments of Tonga and Bhutan are developing PPP laws to develop a pipeline of new projects. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Philippines alters Laguna Dike schedule

The government of the Philippines has delayed the schedule for the procurement of the Laguna Lakeshore Expressway-Dike PPP. Read more...

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Lacking inspiration

Party conference season has yet to shine any light on what a new government might do in infrastructure come next May

KPMG's James Stewart discusses global trends in PPP

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 European Investment Bank 4052 mill
2 Credit Agricole 3990 mill
3 Mizuho Bank 3540 mill
4 Lloyds Banking Group 3150 mill
5 HSBC 3017 mill